Why More Businesses Are Choosing Cloud Computing in 2014

Cloud Computing

At QStride, we know cloud intelligence is the way of the future. In fact, more and more small- and medium-sized businesses are moving to cloud computing in 2014.

They derive many benefits from keeping all of their cloud data storage handled off-site by a third party provider while enjoying data access from anywhere through remote server technology.

How It Works
A small- or medium-sized business can contract with a third-party provider to store their electronic data. You might wonder what data really means. It could be anything from a record of each client’s purchase on a website to the time clock records of all your internal personnel. A third-party provider can actually use servers anywhere in the world to keep a business client’s data backed up and secure twenty-fours a day, 365 days per year. Data must be available on demand and recoverable if anything were to interrupt the power supply and proper functioning of data centers where their servers are located.

Hybrid Computing
Business owners who are concerned about the security of their data are increasingly switching to a hybrid architecture for safeguarding their data. This includes building database systems to be backed up by a combination of internal servers and cloud-based servers via one or more third-party providers. This hybridization is also called a combination of public cloud computing and private cloud computing.

Why Choose Cloud Computing
Based in Michigan, QStride enjoys discussing its variety of cloud-based computing solutions for different sizes of companies, including small and medium businesses without prior experience with cloud technologies. If you require more information, we invite you to contact us for a smart call to consult on your project, or you can fill out our online form and try a version of our business intelligence software for free. You are under no obligation to use our cloud intelligence services.